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New Issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (18/4)

The recent issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (volume 18, number 4) contains:

UNDERSTANDING THE SEPARATION THESIS: PRECISION AFTER THE DECIMAL POINT?, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 549-553, 2008.

THE TIDE IS TURNING ON THE SEPARATION THESIS?, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 561-565, 2008.

THE THREE PILLARS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL REPORTING AS NEW GOVERNANCE REGULATION: DISCLOSURE, DIALOGUE, AND DEVELOPMENT, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 447-482, 2008.

THE SEPARATION THESIS: PERHAPS NINE LIVES ARE ENOUGH, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 555-559, 2008.

THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF THE SEPARATION THESIS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 541-548, 2008.

RE-IMAGINING THE MORALITY OF MANAGEMENT: A MODERN VIRTUE ETHICS APPROACH, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 483-511, 2008.

Business, Ethics, and the Environment: Imagining a Sustainable Future, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 567-581, 2008.

BOOK NOTE, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 583-584, 2008.

BEYOND MORAL REASONING: A REVIEW OF MORAL IDENTITY RESEARCH AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS ETHICS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 4, pages 513-540, 2008.

Further information about this issue, including abstracts are available at csr-literature.net .